Saturday 31 July
Sussex Engine and Associated Machinery Society members will be displaying a working selection of engines that powered the rural Industrial Revolution. Find out just how physical rural life was and how mechanisation saved many hours hard labour.
Sunday 1 August
Members of the Sussex and Surrey Coppice group will be demonstrating some of their traditional crafts using coppiced materials from local woodlands. You can also find out why coppicing is important and it’s role in preserving our rich Woodland flora and fauna.
Saturday 14 August
Model Railway – A vintage Trix train set
Enjoy the sights sounds and smells of a vintage Train Set as played with by generations of children and their parents. This Trix set has been part of the same family’s life for over 80 years. Find out how this revolutionary system worked and why it changed model railways forever.
Sunday 15 August
Liphook and District Model Railway Club layout on display
Titherleigh is set in the 1950s and early 1960s in the rather tranquil setting of the west of England. The layout depicts a sleepy branch terminus and is set on the old LSWR territory. The station boasts a loco shed for the branch engine, a dairy and a small goods yard.
The name Titherleigh can be interpreted as a field where the tithes or taxes were paid.